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  • It Ain’t Easy Making Money in Open Source:  Thoughts on the Hortonworks S-1

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    Dave Kellogg
    18 Nov 2014 | 5:26 am
    It took me a week or so to get to it, but in this post I’ll take a dive into the Hortonworks S-1 filing in support of a proposed initial public offering (IPO) of their stock. While Hadoop and big data are unarguably huge trends driving the industry and while the future of Hadoop looks very bright indeed, on reading the Hortonworks S-1, the reader is drawn to the inexorable conclusion that  it’s hard to make money in open source, or more crassly, it’s hard to make money when you give the shit away. This is a company that,  in the past three quarters, lost $54M on $33M of…
  • Alkacon OCEE 4.5 for OpenCms 9.5 released

    OpenCms News
    Alkacon Software GmbH
    18 Nov 2014 | 12:09 am
    Alkacon OCEE for OpenCms is a commercial extension for OpenCms that offers Support for LDAP, Clustering, Replication and improved performance. Full information about OCEE is available on the Alkacon website. The new OCEE version 4.5.0 is a maintenance release that brings some improvements and fixes several issues of earlier OCEE versions. A new version 3.5.5 for OpenCms 8.x and a version 2.1.8 for OpenCms 7.x is also available.  Please see the OCEE release notes for a full description about the new features and changes in this version. OCEE 4.5.0 is required by the new OpenCms 9.5…
  • My best friend Gail wants to lose weight

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    R Star
    20 Nov 2014 | 11:14 am
    My best friend Gail has gained a lot of weight since going on to college. That “freshman fifteen” turned into “freshman fifty” for her. I think that she made a mistake going off to a college so far away from home. She was very homesick, and turned to food for comfort. Now that she is home for the […]
  • Thanksgiving, Big Data and a Few Turkeys

    CMSWire.com - All News
    26 Nov 2014 | 10:45 am
    If anyone has the scoop on what people are thankful for, it’s Facebook. They don’t need to tap anyone on the shoulder, send out any surveys or buy any data sets. The world’s leading social networking site is rich in “likes," data, and some of the world’s best data scientists. And not just that, but Facebook also has enthusiastic members who thrive on holiday challenges like “write down 3 things you are thankful for every day for the next 5 days.” To a data scientist an onslaught of information like this spells opportunity to discover what most of…
  • Docebo learning management system helps the Italian National Basketball Federation

    CMS Report
    Bob Little
    25 Nov 2014 | 6:20 am
    The Italian National Basketball Federation has recently embraced e-learning, merging traditional classroom-based training with online learning to provide blended learning opportunities to those within its remit.
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  • It Ain’t Easy Making Money in Open Source:  Thoughts on the Hortonworks S-1

    Dave Kellogg
    18 Nov 2014 | 5:26 am
    It took me a week or so to get to it, but in this post I’ll take a dive into the Hortonworks S-1 filing in support of a proposed initial public offering (IPO) of their stock. While Hadoop and big data are unarguably huge trends driving the industry and while the future of Hadoop looks very bright indeed, on reading the Hortonworks S-1, the reader is drawn to the inexorable conclusion that  it’s hard to make money in open source, or more crassly, it’s hard to make money when you give the shit away. This is a company that,  in the past three quarters, lost $54M on $33M of…
  • Don’t Be a Metrics Slave

    Dave Kellogg
    11 Nov 2014 | 9:33 am
    I love metrics.  I live for metrics.  Every week and every quarter I drown my team in metrics reviews.  Why?  Because metrics are the instrumentation — the flight panel — of our business.   Good metrics provide clear insights.  They cut through politics, spin, and haze.  They spark amazing debates.   They help you understand your business and compare it to others. I love metrics, but I’ll never be a slave to them.  Far too often in business I see people who are metrics slaves.  Instead of mastering metrics to optimize the business, the metrics become the master and…
  • Churn:  Net-First or Sum-First?

    Dave Kellogg
    9 Nov 2014 | 9:21 am
    While I’ve already done a comprehensive post on the subject of churn in SaaS companies and some perils in how companies analyze it, in talking with fellow SaaS metrics lovers of late, I’ve discovered a new problem that isn’t addressed by my posts. The question?   When calculating churn, should you sum first (adding up all the shrinkage ARR) or net first (net shrinkage vs. expansion ARR and then sum that).  It seems like a simple question, but like so many subtitles in SaaS metrics, whether you net-first or sum-first, and how you report in so doing, can make a big…
  • Make a Plan That You Can Beat

    Dave Kellogg
    5 Nov 2014 | 7:01 am
    Seven words that changed the world:  “make a plan that you can beat.” This pithy piece of wisdom was first passed onto me by the sage of Sequoia Capital, Mike Moritz, on the first day of my six-year journey at MarkLogic, during which time we grew the company from effectively zero to an $80M run-rate.  Thanks to Mike’s advice, we made plan in about 90% of those 24 quarters. What’s so important about making a plan that you can beat? For starters, it helps keep you employed. Few CEOs get axed when they are making plan.  (It can be done, but takes real skill at board alienation.) It…
  • SAP Rumored to Launch Hana-Based Cloud Planning Solution Next Week

    Dave Kellogg
    10 Oct 2014 | 6:04 pm
    Well, it’s pretty clear that SAP will be announcing something in Chicago on Monday, judging by the above re-tweet from SAP head of EPM product management David Williams, and by the content in the SAP Conference for EPM program, itself: SAP Keynote and Panel Discussion: Next-Generation EPM in the Cloud In fact, SAP’s vision is to be “The Cloud Company, powered by SAP HANA.” What does this mean for SAP? What does it mean for SAP’s EPM portfolio? And what does it mean for you as a customer? In this interactive keynote, SAP executives, partners, and customers will dive into how the…
 
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    OpenCms News

  • Alkacon OCEE 4.5 for OpenCms 9.5 released

    Alkacon Software GmbH
    18 Nov 2014 | 12:09 am
    Alkacon OCEE for OpenCms is a commercial extension for OpenCms that offers Support for LDAP, Clustering, Replication and improved performance. Full information about OCEE is available on the Alkacon website. The new OCEE version 4.5.0 is a maintenance release that brings some improvements and fixes several issues of earlier OCEE versions. A new version 3.5.5 for OpenCms 8.x and a version 2.1.8 for OpenCms 7.x is also available.  Please see the OCEE release notes for a full description about the new features and changes in this version. OCEE 4.5.0 is required by the new OpenCms 9.5…
  • OpenCms 9.5 Docker image

    Alkacon Software GmbH
    11 Nov 2014 | 6:04 am
    Support for OpenCms 9.5 has arrived in the Docker hub registry. We even have created 2 images for OpenCms 9.5: Basic image 'simple': This is a basic OpenCms install with mySQL and Tomcat. OpenCms has been installed like that for ages, and it just works. Best suited for evaluation and test purposes. Development image 'dev': This is a somewhat advanced OpenCms install with HSQLDB and Tomcat. Recommended for development use. OpenCms is installed in the ROOT webapp here, so the URL is shorter. Moreover, the OpenCms repository SMB / network share feature is enabled, so you can directly…
  • Step up to OpenCms 9.5!

    Alkacon Software GmbH
    29 Oct 2014 | 8:58 am
    The new OpenCms 9.5 is ready and available for download. OpenCms 9.5 brings template creation without the need to code, plus other features like user generated content, on-the-fly PDF generation, greatly improved documentation and much more - all presented in a responsive demo website based on Bootstrap. New in OpenCms 9.5 Drag & drop template and layout creation with nested containers. User generated content for website visitors. Editors don't need to access the workplace anymore. Managing of galleries, categories and templates in the sitemap editor. Greatly enhanced documentation.
  • OpenCms 9.5 Release Notes

    Alkacon Software GmbH
    29 Oct 2014 | 8:58 am
    November 3, 2014: Step up to OpenCms 9.5! This version brings template creation without the need to code, plus other features like user generated content, on-the-fly PDF generation, greatly improved documentation and much more - all presented in a responsive demo website based on Bootstrap. New in OpenCms 9.5 Drag & drop template and layout creation with nested containers. User generated content for website visitors. Editors don't need to access the workplace anymore. Managing of galleries, categories and templates in the sitemap editor. Greatly enhanced documentation.
  • Try the OpenCms Docker image

    Alkacon Software GmbH
    2 Oct 2014 | 5:10 am
    We are happy to announce the availability of the official OpenCms image in the Docker registry. Our Docker image gives you a standard OpenCms system with demo content to be used for evaluation and testing purposes. This is an automated build that includes Tomcat and mySQL. At the moment this image is meant mostly for development, testing and evaluation purposes. This is why it is called 'simple' in the Docker/GitHub repo. We are working to improve the image with better security, data backup and configuration enhancements so that it can be used in production environments. Stay tuned! What is…
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    CMS Rockstar

  • My best friend Gail wants to lose weight

    R Star
    20 Nov 2014 | 11:14 am
    My best friend Gail has gained a lot of weight since going on to college. That “freshman fifteen” turned into “freshman fifty” for her. I think that she made a mistake going off to a college so far away from home. She was very homesick, and turned to food for comfort. Now that she is home for the […]
  • The extreme stupidity of people just bothers me so much!

    R Star
    14 Nov 2014 | 2:42 pm
    I was reading an article on msnbc’s website about a woman who planted a dead laboratory rat in her meal at an upscale restaurant in Grand Chute MI and then claimed that it came in her meal. She demanded that the restaurant pay her $500,000 to “keep quiet.” She said if she wasn’t paid, she would […]
  • Custom printed stuff is cool

    R Star
    8 Nov 2014 | 6:00 pm
    My mother collects magnets on her refrigerator door. No, I take that back, they have outgrown the refrigerator and have spread to the oven, the dishwasher; any and all metal surfaces in the kitchen are covered with magnets. Many of the magnets are customized advertising magnets that companies give away as little freebie promotional gifts to drum up business. Some of […]
  • Fall Back – Did you remember to change your clocks?

    R Star
    2 Nov 2014 | 10:08 am
    Did you remember to set your clocks back one hour? I like getting that extra hour of sleep! The only problem now is that I am hungry an hour before it is time to eat a meal!
  • Planning a costume party

    R Star
    27 Oct 2014 | 4:15 pm
    Our family loves to throw costume parties for Halloween. They think it is a great way to protect the kids from potential harm from wackos during the Halloween season. My whole family gets into the act, and we throw the party for the whole neighborhood. We spend weeks looking at what Halloween Costumes we want […]
 
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  • Thanksgiving, Big Data and a Few Turkeys

    26 Nov 2014 | 10:45 am
    If anyone has the scoop on what people are thankful for, it’s Facebook. They don’t need to tap anyone on the shoulder, send out any surveys or buy any data sets. The world’s leading social networking site is rich in “likes," data, and some of the world’s best data scientists. And not just that, but Facebook also has enthusiastic members who thrive on holiday challenges like “write down 3 things you are thankful for every day for the next 5 days.” To a data scientist an onslaught of information like this spells opportunity to discover what most of…
  • What Comet Landers Can Teach Us About Metadata

    26 Nov 2014 | 10:10 am
    The recent success of the European Space Agency (ESA) sending the Rosetta probe in orbit around a comet, and the more bittersweet successful landing of the Philae lander has made me nostalgic for the days when I worked with space scientists. Read full story... Follow us on Twitter Join free newsletter View upcoming events Find a new job
  • Focus Your Content Marketing on the Digital Dialogue

    26 Nov 2014 | 8:39 am
    To stand out and be relevant in the digital world, you need content. Sounds simple, but the reality is very different. According to the Content Management Institute, marketers in businesses both small and large face challenges that range from producing sufficient quantities of engaging content, lack of integration across marketing, budget restraints, insufficient executive buy-in, limited measurement capabilities and skillset shortages. Read full story... Follow us on Twitter Join free newsletter View upcoming events Find a new job
  • Cyber Monday Phishing Scams Intensifying

    26 Nov 2014 | 8:32 am
    Thanksgiving turkey may symbolize the holiday for most people, but messaging security firm Proofpoint is warning businesses to watch for a whole flock of cyber security threats that peak around Thanksgiving.In preparation for the rise in phishing scams expected over the weekend, Proofpoint is urging businesses to take particular care with email and social media scams. Read full story... Follow us on Twitter Join free newsletter View upcoming events Find a new job
  • The Psychology of Personalization

    26 Nov 2014 | 7:53 am
    Let’s get right to the punchline, and then back it up with some facts. Automated personalization and the human touch are complementary, but systems will improve and automated personalization will handle more and more of the personalized interactions with customers. It’s not only because automated personalization is more efficient. Sometimes the results are better when human-to-human psychological baggage is subtracted from the equation. Read full story... Follow us on Twitter Join free newsletter View upcoming events Find a new job
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    CMS Report

  • Docebo learning management system helps the Italian National Basketball Federation

    Bob Little
    25 Nov 2014 | 6:20 am
    The Italian National Basketball Federation has recently embraced e-learning, merging traditional classroom-based training with online learning to provide blended learning opportunities to those within its remit.
  • Zylpha Adopts Adobe EchoSign As E-Signature Solution

    RealWire
    25 Nov 2014 | 6:07 am
    Zylpha, the UK’s leading legal systems innovator has adopted Adobe EchoSign, an e-signature solution, that will allow Zylpha customers to increase the efficiency of signing legal documentation. Zylpha is also integrating Adobe EchoSign into LexisNexis’ Solcase and Visualfiles case management systems. The integrations are in response to a recent surge in demand for online verification, from both legal practices and local authority users.
  • The Weather Channel is using Drupal and Acquia Platform

    Bryan Ruby
    21 Nov 2014 | 3:47 am
    When I talk about Drupal, information technology and the weather all in the same breath, I'm known to be very enthusiastic and opinionated in such discussions. I can't help myself. I'm biased toward Drupal as it is one of my favorite content management systems. I'm also a former meteorologist working in information technology for a very large organization that is heavily involved with the weather. Needless to say, a year or two ago when I heard that The Weather Channel started using Drupal to meet the needs of it's customers and meteorologists, it caught my attention. I think the use of…
  • How Big Data is Changing Talent Recruiting

    The Talent Tribune
    20 Nov 2014 | 3:00 am
    Big data is essential in helping recruiters assess candidates quantitatively, and find those candidates who can thrive in any environment – and make smarter decisions about who will be a good fit. So what does “big data” mean when it comes to recruiting?
  • How Apple Pay Differs From Other Mobile Payment Services

    Rick Delgado
    19 Nov 2014 | 2:00 am
    You better get used to paying with your phone. It’s already a popular method of making purchases in places like Japan and even some countries in Africa, but in the United States it hasn’t caught on quite as quickly. While so-called tap-to-pay methods have been around for a number of years already, Apple’s recent announcement of their own mobile payment service, called Apple Pay, has sent a new wave of excitement through the technology community. Services like Google Wallet and CurrentC are certainly not new, but overall adoption and acceptance has been sluggish. Apple Pay might be just…
 
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    CMS Critic

  • LightCMS Releases Responsive Checkout & Improved Form Builder

    Kaya Ismail
    26 Nov 2014 | 4:22 am
    The popular website builder, LightCMS, has released a number of new features, including a new responsive checkout, an improved form builder and some new templates to boot. Chosen as one of our recommended website builders over at Website Builders Critic, LightCMS is a powerful platform with a Partner Platform aimed specifically at web designers.
  • 2014 Critics' Choice Award Winner - Most Promising CMS

    Mike Johnston
    25 Nov 2014 | 2:38 pm
    With the People's Choice portion of our CMS Awards out of the way, it's now time to start announcing the judge's picks for the winners of the 2014 Critics' Choice CMS Awards.To get things started, we're going to begin by announcing the winner in the Most Promising CMS category.
  • Webydo Unveils "Pixel Perfect Responsive Editor"

    Kaya Ismail
    25 Nov 2014 | 3:13 am
    Webydo, a popular code-free website builder, has presented its new "Pixel Perfect Responsive Editor" to its users. As the name suggests, it has been built to look great and work well across a wide range of devices and screen sizes.
  • Kentico 8.2 Release Date Set

    Kaya Ismail
    24 Nov 2014 | 8:51 am
    Kentico has announced the release date of Kentico 8.2 -- January 6th, 2015. With offices in the United States, United Kingdom and Czech Republic, Kentico is a respected Enterprise Web Content Management System and Customer Experience Management solution. It offers an impressive feature set including website building, intranets, community sites and e-commerce solutions, all either on-premise or in the cloud.
  • VirtueMart 3 Released

    Kaya Ismail
    21 Nov 2014 | 2:42 am
    VirtueMart, one of the most successful eCommerce solutions for Joomla, has just released its newest version, VirtueMart 3. Compatible with Joomla 2.5 and Joomla 3, the open-source eCommerce solution has undergone "thousands of man hours" in order to make it compatible with Joomla 3, clean up the architecture, increase stability and performance.
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  • Thanksgiving, Big Data and a Few Turkeys

    26 Nov 2014 | 10:45 am
    If anyone has the scoop on what people are thankful for, it’s Facebook. They don’t need to tap anyone on the shoulder, send out any surveys or buy any data sets. The world’s leading social networking site is rich in “likes," data, and some of the world’s best data scientists. And not just that, but Facebook also has enthusiastic members who thrive on holiday challenges like “write down 3 things you are thankful for every day for the next 5 days.” To a data scientist an onslaught of information like this spells opportunity to discover what most of…
  • What Comet Landers Can Teach Us About Metadata

    26 Nov 2014 | 10:10 am
    The recent success of the European Space Agency (ESA) sending the Rosetta probe in orbit around a comet, and the more bittersweet successful landing of the Philae lander has made me nostalgic for the days when I worked with space scientists. Read full story... Follow us on Twitter Join free newsletter View upcoming events Find a new job
  • Focus Your Content Marketing on the Digital Dialogue

    26 Nov 2014 | 8:39 am
    To stand out and be relevant in the digital world, you need content. Sounds simple, but the reality is very different. According to the Content Management Institute, marketers in businesses both small and large face challenges that range from producing sufficient quantities of engaging content, lack of integration across marketing, budget restraints, insufficient executive buy-in, limited measurement capabilities and skillset shortages. Read full story... Follow us on Twitter Join free newsletter View upcoming events Find a new job
  • Cyber Monday Phishing Scams Intensifying

    26 Nov 2014 | 8:32 am
    Thanksgiving turkey may symbolize the holiday for most people, but messaging security firm Proofpoint is warning businesses to watch for a whole flock of cyber security threats that peak around Thanksgiving.In preparation for the rise in phishing scams expected over the weekend, Proofpoint is urging businesses to take particular care with email and social media scams. Read full story... Follow us on Twitter Join free newsletter View upcoming events Find a new job
  • The Psychology of Personalization

    26 Nov 2014 | 7:53 am
    Let’s get right to the punchline, and then back it up with some facts. Automated personalization and the human touch are complementary, but systems will improve and automated personalization will handle more and more of the personalized interactions with customers. It’s not only because automated personalization is more efficient. Sometimes the results are better when human-to-human psychological baggage is subtracted from the equation. Read full story... Follow us on Twitter Join free newsletter View upcoming events Find a new job
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  • The “Not My Job” Myth

    Meghan James
    19 Nov 2014 | 10:08 am
    Personalization. I’m sure you’ve been hearing about it for a while now. But are you doing it? Lots of organizations have struggled to really embrace personalization. There are lots of misconceptions and few people willing to own and organize a new initiative. Personalization doesn’t happen by magic. Some may think that personalization means switching out some copy. Others think it’s a question aligning and integrating systems. Most think it’s somebody else’s problem. The thing is, personalization is everyone’s job. When done right personalization is…
  • What Happens in Vegas Won’t Stay In Vegas!

    James Gardner
    9 Sep 2014 | 6:10 pm
    We’re in Vegas, baby! If you follow the world of CMS and haven’t been glued to Apple’s news all day, you surely know it’s for Sitecore’s North American Symposium. The conference brings together Sitecore experts, developers, partners and customers from around the globe for two days of education, inspiration and socializing. We’ll be sharing more thoughts as the event’s announcements and presentations unfold, but here’s some of the highlights of this morning’s keynote by Sitecore CEO, Michael Seifert. He and his colleagues stirred the crowd up…
  • There’s no crying in content management

    Jeff Cram
    4 Sep 2014 | 9:39 pm
    The team from Loyola University of Maryland gave a fantastic presentation at eduWeb 2014 in Baltimore about empowering authors for success with web publishing. April Arnold, Kimberly Hall and Amy Filardo co-presented on the case-study-driven story about how they wrangled more than 200 content authors from what was described as a “content crisis” to a more empowered, supported, and happier place. The presentation, awesomely titled ‘There’s no Crying in Content Management,’ started with familiar CMS woes inside higher education. The CMS had a “bad…
  • 174 days without a CMS incident

    Clint Lundmark
    11 Aug 2014 | 12:29 pm
    We welcome guest CMS Mythbuster Clint Lundmark to the blog. Clint oversees some large-scale CMS platforms in Portland, Oregon and literally has a sign in the office announcing the number of days without a CMS incident. Where there’s a sign, there’s a story and we had to hear what’s happening. A while back I inherited administrative support for our CMS we migrated to a year earlier. It wasn’t the best situation. The system was considered flakey and unreliable. Users were unhappy, support staff was getting late night phone calls, and management was explaining each and every incident to…
  • Running First Meetings with Prospective Agency Partners

    James Gardner
    7 Jul 2014 | 7:03 pm
    Part 3 of a 10 part series (The right digital agency partner can make or break your organization’s online success. And yet, unless you’re extremely lucky, your partner will only be as good as the process by which you find and select them. In this 10-part series, we’ll share what we’ve learned from our clients about agency selection processes that lead to successful, enduring relationships.) Ready for your agency selection process to get fun? In the first two parts of this series, we discussed the importance of getting early internal alignment and curating a tight list of qualified…
 
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    Web Content Management

  • Overview of What to Look Forward to in the New Sitecore 8 Release

    24 Nov 2014 | 12:37 pm
    When Sitecore announced Sitecore 8 at their recent Symposium in Vegas, we were excited for this product update. The theme of focusing on digital experiences of Sitecore Symposium has definitely carried through into Sitecore 8. Here’s our overview: From the initial get go, one of the new features that stands out the most in Sitecore 8 is the new User Interface as it is completely different form previous versions of Sitecore. Starting from the login screen, it has a new look and feel with sharp and straight edges.  In addition, the new UI does not have the three editing options.
  • Oshyn’s thoughts on the 2014 Gartner Magic Quadrant for WCM

    27 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    Gartner has just announced the release of their 2014 Magic Quadrant for Web Content Management (WCM)  platforms and like in previous years, we’re adding in our two cents to tell you where we agree with Gartner, where we disagree and our overall thoughts of the report. Gartner positions the leading WCM platforms into four quadrants: Leaders, Visionaries, Challengers, and Niche Players. The Leaders quadrant displays those platforms that are driving the market trends, have a multi-regional presence and have a clear vision for the future. Visionaries are forward-thinking and can set…
  • Updating your Sitecore site – Part 2

    2 Oct 2014 | 9:43 am
    Upgrading from Sitecore 6.5 to 6.6 can raise some issues, more specifically, issues related to the Lucene search module. This module has changed much of its functionality between version 2.3.1 (Sitecore 6.5) and version 2.9.4.1 (Sitecore 6.6). Some of Sitecore’s other modules, like Indexviewer and Weblog, use Lucene as well, so you can run into issues with those modules during your update as well. But what about some modules like Taxonomy that doesn’t have support for Sitecore 6.6? In this case, we have a workaround to make it work in the new Sitecore version. The Taxonomy module…
  • Updating your Sitecore site - Part 1

    23 Sep 2014 | 5:00 am
    Updating Sitecore can be a nightmare if you do not take the time to properly plan your update. First at all, you have to be sure about the current Sitecore version that you have and the version that you want to upgrade to. For this, just have to go to the Sitecore Login page and check the info in the right column.   Second, go to Sitecore’s SDN (Sitecore Developer Network) and navigate to the new version. For example, if you want to update from Sitecore.NET 6.5.0 (rev. 110602) to 7.0 rev.140408 (7.0 Service Pack-1), you’d follow this path: SDN à Products à…
  • What criteria should you use when selecting a new CMS?

    16 Sep 2014 | 5:00 am
    Narrowing down your platform choices. You’ve gotten your whole team on board and have decided it’s time for a new CMS. You’ve done your market research and have found that there are countless content management options available, how will you narrow down your selection to create a shortlist of platforms?  Using these four criteria should help you narrow your search to a more manageable list of content management systems. 1) Open Source vs. Proprietary Keep in mind that when looking at making your shortlist of platforms, it doesn’t have to be an ‘either…
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    Digital Asset Management News

  • Automated Image Descriptions – Why Combining It With Human-Based Cataloguing Will Generate A Higher ROI

    Ralph Windsor
    21 Nov 2014 | 9:31 am
    A story which has been doing the rounds recently is this post on the Google Research blog.  The item describes some AI (Artificial Intelligence) techniques Google have used to automatically generate image captions.  There is the de rigueur line about a picture being worth a thousand words (can anyone write an introductory photo metadata article without using this?).  But […]Automated Image Descriptions – Why Combining It With Human-Based Cataloguing Will Generate A Higher ROI is a post from: Digital Asset Management News
  • WebDAM Digital Asset Management ROI Whitepaper

    Ralph Windsor
    13 Nov 2014 | 7:31 am
    Cloud DAM Vendor, WebDAM have recently sent us a copy of a paper they have written about how to measure DAM ROI.  I must admit, I normally fear getting issued with these documents and asked for an opinion on them, perhaps only slightly less than that other tool of Satan, the DAM ROI Infographic.  In this rare […]WebDAM Digital Asset Management ROI Whitepaper is a post from: Digital Asset Management News
  • Consolidated DAM Solutions – Implement Bigger Systems Or Use A Service-Oriented Strategy?

    Ralph Windsor
    11 Nov 2014 | 5:20 am
    Today, I have published a feature article for DAM News: Devising Strategies For Consolidating DAM Solutions Using A Service Oriented Model.  The subject is concerned with the recent interest in consolidating DAM solutions which seems to be a popular one with DAM users who have been through previous implementation exercises (and is rapidly becoming the majority now).  I have […]Consolidated DAM Solutions – Implement Bigger Systems Or Use A Service-Oriented Strategy? is a post from: Digital Asset Management News
  • DAM RFP: Brand USA Digital Asset Management Solution

    Ralph Windsor
    30 Oct 2014 | 8:00 am
    Over on DAM Projects we have posted details of an RFP for a DAM Solution sent to us by Brand USA who promote travel and tourism to the United States.  The project post contains a link to a PDF with all the details.  Any questions must be asked before 3rd November and the deadline is 13th November, so any vendors […]DAM RFP: Brand USA Digital Asset Management Solution is a post from: Digital Asset Management News
  • Legacy Metadata – The Next Big DAM Problem?

    Ralph Windsor
    29 Oct 2014 | 3:41 am
    Like a lot of people I know in the Digital Asset Management trade currently, my firm has been deluged with client work for a sustained period.  Several times in recent weeks, I’ve been asked why I think that is.  Some vendors advance the theory that it’s because their solutions have become more sophisticated and demand has increased as […]Legacy Metadata – The Next Big DAM Problem? is a post from: Digital Asset Management News
 
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  • Leaves or content – which is harder to control?

    Laurel Stiller
    24 Nov 2014 | 1:07 pm
    It’s fall and for many of us, that means it’s time for some hearty leaf raking. I love a beautiful fall day, with the sun shining and the whole family working together in the yard. At the end of the day, we can actually see what we have accomplished. Now picture this: My husband, father-in-law […]
  • What if audits were built like airplanes?

    Mike Hurley
    21 Nov 2014 | 9:44 am
    As far as I can tell, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) does not have auditors chasing airplanes down runways checking that each plane landed properly. That’s because airplanes are designed, built and maintained with redundant safeguards to ensure safe outcomes. In healthcare however, auditors chase transactions and processes as a matter of course. In spite […]
  • #ThxOnBase: What are you thankful for?

    Alana Coticchia
    20 Nov 2014 | 9:03 am
    It’s hard to believe, but we’re on the brink of the holiday season. Personally, I love the hoopla that comes along with this time of year: Family gatherings, celebrations with friends and coworkers, holiday shopping, baking, decorating the home and a day near and dear to my heart, Thanksgiving. Over the past three years, Thanksgiving […]
  • Four reasons why companies like Xerox partner with Hyland, creator of OnBase

    Bill Filion
    19 Nov 2014 | 5:35 am
    With hundreds of partners around the world, Hyland, creator of OnBase has the best reseller network in the enterprise content management (ECM) industry. From local consultancies to global organizations like Xerox, our partners represent the most experienced and knowledgeable document and process management specialists in the world who are dedicated to making work easier for their customers. […]
  • Deltek Insight: 3 reasons ECM and Costpoint go hand in hand

    Katie Alberti
    14 Nov 2014 | 11:19 am
    Deltek users have one thing in common: They’re inundated with large volumes of information. If most of this information resides on paper, processes take time. Customer service slows down. And, ultimately, bottom lines take a negative hit. It doesn’t have to be that way. For the American Institute for Research (AIR), investing in enterprise content management (ECM) […]
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  • Sitecore Takes a Top Spot in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for WCM

    25 Nov 2014 | 1:22 pm
    We’re thrilled to see that Gartner recently recognized our partner Sitecore as a leader in its Magic Quadrant for Web Content Management for the fifth consecutive year. Take a look at the quadrant below and you’ll see that Sitecore is also furthest along the completeness of vision axis among 17 other leading WCM providers. Gartner […]
  • The Must-Attend Web Event for Customer Service Innovators

    17 Nov 2014 | 8:00 am
    Update: a recording of this webinar on 11/18/2014 is available here. Support teams face a tremendous challenge when critical knowledge assets reside in various systems and applications. The good news is that leading organizations have successfully navigated these customer service obstacles, and they’ve leveraged  the power of unified, contextual search natively integrated with Salesforce Service […]
  • New Blog for Developers: It’s Time to Get Technical

    5 Nov 2014 | 8:31 am
    Good news for our technical and developer communities: Coveo recently launched Source @ Coveo, a blog dedicated to sharing technical information and insights, troubleshooting, and best practices to help you build exceptional search experiences. The blog includes a range of topics written by our expert Coveo team, including recent posts such as:   Optimizing web […]
  • Big News from Sitecore Symposium: Introducing Coveo for Sitecore – Free Edition

    10 Sep 2014 | 10:26 am
    We’re wrapping up our time here at Sitecore Symposium Las Vegas, where we just shared some exciting news: we announced the launch of a free edition of Coveo for Sitecore, our advanced search solution for Sitecore websites! Take a look at the official announcement for full details. With Coveo for Sitecore, companies can easily configure […]
  • With Thanks to Our Partner Community

    22 Aug 2014 | 12:01 pm
    We have received incredible support from our partner community since Gartner positioned Coveo as the most visionary leader in its Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Search last month. Over on its company blog, our strategic technology partner Lexalytics discussed the new Quadrant, highlighting the implications of Gartner’s increased focus on contextualization in the enterprise search space. […]
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  • Overview of What to Look Forward to in the New Sitecore 8 Release

    24 Nov 2014 | 12:37 pm
    When Sitecore announced Sitecore 8 at their recent Symposium in Vegas, we were excited for this product update. The theme of focusing on digital experiences of Sitecore Symposium has definitely carried through into Sitecore 8. Here’s our overview: From the initial get go, one of the new features that stands out the most in Sitecore 8 is the new User Interface as it is completely different form previous versions of Sitecore. Starting from the login screen, it has a new look and feel with sharp and straight edges.  In addition, the new UI does not have the three editing options.
  • Oshyn’s thoughts on the 2014 Gartner Magic Quadrant for WCM

    27 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    Gartner has just announced the release of their 2014 Magic Quadrant for Web Content Management (WCM)  platforms and like in previous years, we’re adding in our two cents to tell you where we agree with Gartner, where we disagree and our overall thoughts of the report. Gartner positions the leading WCM platforms into four quadrants: Leaders, Visionaries, Challengers, and Niche Players. The Leaders quadrant displays those platforms that are driving the market trends, have a multi-regional presence and have a clear vision for the future. Visionaries are forward-thinking and can set…
  • Updating your Sitecore site – Part 2

    2 Oct 2014 | 9:43 am
    Upgrading from Sitecore 6.5 to 6.6 can raise some issues, more specifically, issues related to the Lucene search module. This module has changed much of its functionality between version 2.3.1 (Sitecore 6.5) and version 2.9.4.1 (Sitecore 6.6). Some of Sitecore’s other modules, like Indexviewer and Weblog, use Lucene as well, so you can run into issues with those modules during your update as well. But what about some modules like Taxonomy that doesn’t have support for Sitecore 6.6? In this case, we have a workaround to make it work in the new Sitecore version. The Taxonomy module…
  • Updating your Sitecore site - Part 1

    23 Sep 2014 | 5:00 am
    Updating Sitecore can be a nightmare if you do not take the time to properly plan your update. First at all, you have to be sure about the current Sitecore version that you have and the version that you want to upgrade to. For this, just have to go to the Sitecore Login page and check the info in the right column.   Second, go to Sitecore’s SDN (Sitecore Developer Network) and navigate to the new version. For example, if you want to update from Sitecore.NET 6.5.0 (rev. 110602) to 7.0 rev.140408 (7.0 Service Pack-1), you’d follow this path: SDN à Products à…
  • What criteria should you use when selecting a new CMS?

    16 Sep 2014 | 5:00 am
    Narrowing down your platform choices. You’ve gotten your whole team on board and have decided it’s time for a new CMS. You’ve done your market research and have found that there are countless content management options available, how will you narrow down your selection to create a shortlist of platforms?  Using these four criteria should help you narrow your search to a more manageable list of content management systems. 1) Open Source vs. Proprietary Keep in mind that when looking at making your shortlist of platforms, it doesn’t have to be an ‘either…
 
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  • Spotlight: AU government releases RM training videos

    Lisa Hoover McGreevy
    26 Nov 2014 | 5:54 am
    If you're curious how federal governments train staff on digital records management, listen to this recording launched by The National Archives of Australia.
  • Employers, employees ready to rumble over secure file sharing

    Lisa Hoover McGreevy
    26 Nov 2014 | 5:52 am
    Last week I mentioned the discrepancy between the way IT wants employees to share files (securely, and with approved apps) and how employees actually share files (however they feel like at the time). A new study by document management vendor M-Files reveals that almost half of workers are storing confidential company information via unauthorized sharing and sync apps like Dropbox or Box.
  • Australian newsroom building new CMS, with a twist

    Lisa Hoover McGreevy
    26 Nov 2014 | 5:48 am
    Whether you believe newspapers are in the throes of death or are simply reinventing themselves to keep up with changing technology, one thing is for sure: newsrooms do love to switch it up when it comes to content management.
  • WordPress bug leaves up to 90 percent of blogs at risk

    Lisa Hoover McGreevy
    26 Nov 2014 | 5:45 am
    WordPress admins have yet another bug to fret over, and this one could affect as much as 90 percent of WordPress blogs.
  • ACD launches new version of digital drawing and file management tool, Canvas

    Lisa Hoover McGreevy
    26 Nov 2014 | 5:43 am
    Digital editing and asset management form ACD Systems launched a new version of its flagship product, Canvas. It's designed to ease workflow pain points for graphic designers, engineers and other professionals who work with large technical or illustrated documents.
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  • Nov 2014 Reader Favorites: Our most popular records management resources

    Ross Nepean
    21 Nov 2014 | 2:32 pm
    Each month, TAB publishes informative guides to help our readers tackle a wide variety of records management challenges. This week we showcase our reader favorites – the most popular resources this past month from our records management resource center, our SlideShare account and this blog. TAB Guide: How to Save Money With Records Management Is your records management program saving you money? It should be! Learn how you can leverage RM to save on physical storage, improve staff productivity and avoid costly legal and compliance issues.     Download the guide  »       Top Blog:…
  • Questions to ask a document imaging provider – Part 2

    Ross Nepean
    12 Nov 2014 | 11:58 am
    Last week we explored some initial questions to ask a prospective document imaging provider. As we pointed out, you need to get some up-front clarity on the quote; find out who will be working on the project; and inquire about their methodologies for planning, document access and security. This week we’ll dive into more essential questions that will help ensure your partner delivers a successful imaging project. Key questions – Part 2 1. What steps do you take to ensure a high quality scan? When it comes to scanned documents, the term “quality” includes many things. The first…
  • Questions to ask a document imaging provider – Part 1

    Ross Nepean
    6 Nov 2014 | 11:59 am
    Choosing a document imaging partner isn’t an easy task. Document conversions are often large, high-profile projects, which means the stakes are high and you want to be sure you get it right. Another big challenge is knowing what to look for. Different imaging providers offer different services, so how do you know what’s really important? The following questions will help. Based on our experience with hundreds of imaging projects, these questions cover all the key aspects of document imaging outsourcing. By discussing these with a prospective partner, you’ll help ensure that they meet…
  • Three ways your RIM program can do more for the bottom line

    Ross Nepean
    31 Oct 2014 | 8:52 am
    In the minds of our corporate colleagues, records management isn’t always associated with hard-dollar business outcomes. Despite a growing understanding of the valuable contributions made by records management teams, our colleagues still don’t immediately think, “Wow, those RIM folks saved us a ton of money last year!”, Or, “Thanks to the RIM department we totally blew away our productivity goals!” But why not? The truth is that records management can – and should – be making these kinds of contributions to the bottom line. As a reminder for all of us (and for…
  • How to safeguard paper medical records

    Ross Nepean
    22 Oct 2014 | 9:25 am
    These days, most of the discussion about medical records involves the “big” issues like privacy and electronic health records. While these are certainly challenging issues that require much discussion and planning, we have found that basic safeguarding of medical records can get overlooked. In all the discussion about privacy security, it is essential to take care of the basics. In fact, HIPAA and The Joint Commission require it. They specify that medical records must be adequately protected from fire and water damage, erroneous destruction and outright theft. Five steps to…
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  • Ektron vs Joomla. CMS Shootout.

    Natalia Bogdanets
    20 Nov 2014 | 4:32 am
    If you’re choosing a CMS tool to settle your web project on – you’ll have hundreds of options, from free one to those costing thousands of dollars. In case you’ve narrowed the list down to Ektron vs Joomla and find … Continue reading →The post Ektron vs Joomla. CMS Shootout. appeared first on CMS2CMS.
  • Wix Migration Improvement. Meet New Options.

    Natalia Bogdanets
    19 Nov 2014 | 6:21 am
    Great news! CMS2CMS automated migration service is proud to present its new breathtaking service improvement! Now you are able to migrate not only Wix textual content, but also blog posts, menus, tags and internal links! Yes, it’s true, and you … Continue reading →The post Wix Migration Improvement. Meet New Options. appeared first on CMS2CMS.
  • Why Should One Upgrade Joomla 2.5 to 3.2?

    Natalia Bogdanets
    19 Nov 2014 | 6:01 am
    Undoubtedly one of the most reputed CMS around the world and probably the most downloaded CMS after WordPress, Joomla has recently released a record number of new features via its 3.2 version. Even if your website seems to be working … Continue reading →The post Why Should One Upgrade Joomla 2.5 to 3.2? appeared first on CMS2CMS.
  • Steps How to Mess up Your Switching to New CMS

    Dmytro Lazarchuk
    18 Nov 2014 | 7:00 am
    You have chosen a CMS and have built a site on it. But now you feel that something is missing and that the features of the content management system don’t meet your needs. So, now it is time to convert … Continue reading →The post Steps How to Mess up Your Switching to New CMS appeared first on CMS2CMS.
  • SilverStripe vs WordPress. A Comparative Review

    Natalia Bogdanets
    14 Nov 2014 | 4:31 am
    Choosing a content management system is quite challenging and tricky experience faced by many. When it comes to SilverStripe vs WordPress – they are both top end CMS solutions that are brilliantly developed and intuitive to manipulate. However, without a … Continue reading →The post SilverStripe vs WordPress. A Comparative Review appeared first on CMS2CMS.
 
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    Document U Blog

  • Rolling Intelligence: Enterprise-Level Paying It Forward

    18 Nov 2014 | 7:00 am
    The phrase "pay it forward" describes a situation where the beneficiary of a good deed is asked only to perform a similar good deed for the benefit of someone else. Although it is a centuries-old concept (see Wikipedia for quotes from Benjamin Franklin, Ray Bradbury, Robert Heinlein and others), it was popularized again in the 2000 movie of that name starring Kevin Spacey, Helen Hunt, and Haley Joel Osment. A key part of the concept of pay it forward is that individual good acts can have a ripple effect throughout the world. Rolling intelligence is the enterprise-level equivalent of pay it…
  • 9 Things Google Maps Teaches About Information Governance

    11 Nov 2014 | 11:58 am
    Google Maps teaches several lessons about information governance that are worth considering for any major IG initiative that will take in information from many sources, normalize it, keep it current, and present it in a useful fashion. 1. Start with a bold vision. Stephen Covey would call this begin with the end in mind. Without a vision it is difficult to select the proper tools, staffing and process. Without a bold vision there are seldom quantum leaps forward in performance or capabilities. Have a vision for all your documents, not just discrete silos. 2. Normalize content. Just as Google…
  • What Scares Stephen King Should Really Scare Content Managers

    6 Nov 2014 | 12:18 pm
    In an interview last year on NPR with Terry Gross, Stephen King talked about how his fears had changed as he had gotten older. He told his host: "It's been quite awhile since I was really afraid that there was a boogeyman in my closet... The supernatural stuff doesn't get to me anymore.   "So here's the movie that scared me the most in the last 12 or 13 years: The movie opens with a woman in late middle age, sitting at a table and writing a story, and the story goes something like, 'Then the branches creaked in the ...' and she stops and she says to her husband, 'What are those things? I…
  • Info Gov Advice from Kenny Rogers "The Gambler" - Know When to...

    24 Oct 2014 | 7:20 am
    The advice given in Kenny Rogers' ballad, "The Gambler," is fitting for governance professionals charged with implementing document remediation or content migration initiatives:   The way you find out out what kind of documents you're holding is that same way you find out what cards you're holdling in a poker game: look at them. Don't theorize about them or hope you understand them or think you can predict what's in them, simply look at them. The best way to do that is to use visual classification technology to group or cluster visually-similar documents. That way, all you have…
  • Top 10 Reasons to Use Visual Classification

    17 Oct 2014 | 7:57 am
    We are asked on a regular basis why organizations should use visual classification to manage their electronic and paper repositories for various information governance initiatives. Here's a summary of how we respond: Hardware-scalable ingestion speed - for truly enterprise-scale collections.  Clusters ALL of an organization’s documents – scanned and native electronic - no partial solutions.  Text independent – clusters even documents with no associated text or with poor-quality text.  Language agnostic – Norwegian documents cluster with English documents. …
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  • Taylor Swift puts the future of streaming at risk. What now?

    Jared Hendler
    7 Nov 2014 | 9:27 am
    Taylor Swift took a shot across the bow of streaming music this week by pulling her entire catalogue. In doing so fans had no choice but to buy her album which in-turn made it go platinum and made her responsible for 22% of all album sales last week. Suddenly everyone has woken up! It is no secret that most musicians, including Taylor, make a fraction with streaming when compared to ‘the old days’ of purchase. In fact, it is killing the music industry. Ask any senior exec at any major record label and they will tell you that they are a hair’s breath away from going out of business. How…
  • Let my people Pay! The idiocy of Walmart banning ApplePay.

    Jared Hendler
    28 Oct 2014 | 8:56 am
    How stupid is this? Led by Walmart’s payment technology consortium called MCX (Merchant Customer Exchange), CVS & Rite Aid decide to block ApplePay in order to protect the launch of their own QR code system. This will help no-one. NFC, a more widely used, more secure and already well established/well recognized system has been adopted by both Google (Google Wallet) & Apple (Apple Pay). Does anyone remember the VHS vs. Betamax video tape wars? The benefits of not needing a traditional wallet or having to carry your credit cards around are reason enough, but greater security is…
  • CBS thinks it can sell OTT like HBO. It can’t. Here’s why.

    Jared Hendler
    21 Oct 2014 | 9:20 am
    CBS thinks that it can sell a direct OTT service like HBO or Neftlfix. They can’t. Here’s why… Fragmented Masterbrand  We know what we get with HBO. Do we know what CBS stands for? Do we even remember what shows are on the network? The dying broadcast model had them fill 24hrs a day with programming and the result was and still is full of ‘filler’. HBO, Showtime, Netflix and others born of the pay-per-view era share the on-demand experience we expect today. It is in their DNA. To survive, HBO developed exclusive on-demand programming & powerful brands strongly…
  • Is the key to Branded Content ROI purchase to access?

    Jared Hendler
    10 Oct 2014 | 7:57 am
    There is no question that Brands are more interested in producing content than ever before. Just take a look at the trending search results against content marketing. Creating and producing great content is no joke. It takes serious commitment, experienced partners and money. That being said, Brands are perfectly positioned to deliver great content against the vertical niche that they serve. Think about it. Would you watch the next credible great outdoor adventure if it were brought to you by NBC or Patagonia? Brands have the data to deliver exactly what these niche audiences are looking for.
  • Why direct funding of entertainment will come from Brands.

    Jared Hendler
    1 Oct 2014 | 4:26 pm
    Content Marketing via Branded Content may finally hit the mainstream as Marriot, the most unlikely of Brands, announced the global launch of its content marketing studio. Prior to this, Brands more connected to lifestyle and entertainment categories like Pepsi, Coke, RedBull and GoPro have been the ones to set the stage. Anheuser-Busch had a very unsuccessful ($15MM) attempt in 2006 with Bud.TV most likely due to both the age-gate requirements of the liquor industry in addition to the fact that streaming video back then was far from mainstream. Bud.tv was before its time. Provided the…
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  • Android Lollipop – 8 things I like about Android 5.0

    Anand KL
    24 Nov 2014 | 10:29 am
    Android 5.0 aka Android Lollipop is definitely the most ambitious version upgrade so far from Google. It boasts of many good and handy features. After having spent enough time on Nexus 5 using the latest Android OS, here are the eight things that I like most. 1. Material Design The UI got a significant upgrade from the previous version Android KitKat. Google finally moved away from Holo UI design that was first introduced in Android 4.0 On Android Lollipop, the display is refreshing. Bright colors have been used, the transitions are smooth and the best part is, it cuts…
  • Google Contributor – an alternate way to monetize web

    Anand KL
    21 Nov 2014 | 11:38 am
    Photo: Google Contributor Every website needs to make money to survive. The quickest or the easiest way to do so these days is by displaying ads. While this works for the content publisher, users usually don’t appreciate it. Do you get annoyed when you see ads? Do you use ad blocker or a similar service to block them out? Well, good news for you! Google has now come up with another way to monetize the website without annoying the users. Contributor – Yes, that’s the newest of the services offered by Google. What is Google Contributor? Today’s Internet is mostly funded…
  • Just how much do you think Google knows about you?

    Anand KL
    20 Nov 2014 | 11:52 am
    In this digital world, in the age of internet of things you cannot stay anonymous. Everything (well, almost everything) that you do online is tracked. Your footprint stays behind whether you like it or not. Google, undoubtedly, is the internet behemoth that you’re both scared and fond of. It’d be interesting to find anyone who is not using any of the services or products from Google. We depend so much on Google that we have opened ourselves to it without thinking twice. People who raised concerns over NSA snooping around, have without hesitation allowed Google to do so. The search…
  • Solitude is bliss

    Anand KL
    17 Nov 2014 | 4:45 am
    Photo: Pixabay / sebadelval Most of us cannot be alone. Loneliness is scary. The thought of being alone frightens many. But then, many do not realize that loneliness is not a thing to be afraid of. Its that time when you spend time with yourself. Its when you speak with the inner self. Solitude is painful when one is young, but delightful when one is more mature. -Albert Einstein A time spent alone can yield to creative ideas. Do you realize that you begin to think when you’re all alone. Do you recall that moment when your phone battery had died and you were waiting for the train. You…
  • Are you ready to Blog?

    Byte Boffin
    19 Oct 2014 | 11:43 pm
    Photo: Flickr/mkhmarketing So you are ready to put on your thinking hat and pick up the pen and write down that amazing story. You got it all ready and ready to blog? But where would you do it? How would you do it? Newbies often find it difficult create a blog of their own. Here are few things that any one would need to get on with blogging. When to Blog? Find your niche You have a passion for photography? Share your photos. You like to travel? Tell your stories. Start with the things you like most and know most. People like to read when you offer them something new and exciting. Write with…
 
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